Israeli police clash with protesters as thousands rally against Netanyahu | AFP

Israeli police clash with demonstrators as thousands protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, demanding he resign over alleged corruption and a resurgence of coronavirus cases. The protests took place at scores of intersections and bridges, where people held banners accusing Netanyahu of “failure” and calling for his resignation, as well as outside his private residence in the northern town Caesarea. TO COMPLETE VIDI1W646O_ENN°1W77FG

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Israeli artist mocks Netanyahu in ‘Last Supper’ installation | AFP

An Israeli artist mocks Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a re-enactment of “The Last Supper” installed in central Tel Aviv, a day after people protesting against him in the city were beaten and bloodied.

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Protesters gather for anti-government demonstration in Israel | AFP

Thousands of Israelis protest in Jerusalem demanding Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s resignation over his government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Protestors rally outside Netanyahu’s residence holding up signs accusing him of corruption, a reference to the premier’s indictment in January for bribery, fraud and breach of trust in three cases. He denies all the charges. N°1VS663

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Protesters gather for anti-government demonstration in Israel | AFP

Thousands of Israelis protest in Jerusalem to demand Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s resignation over his government’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Police deployed water cannon and arrested a number of protesters.

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Anti-government protest in Jerusalem turns violent with arrests and water cannon | AFP

A protest turns violent on the streets of Jerusalem as police make arrests and deploy water cannons. Demonstrators were gathered for an anti-government protest outside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s residence. of protesters, police, and water cannon firingN°1VO6VU

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Protesters gather outside Israeli PM official residence in Jerusalem | AFP

People gather outside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s official residence in Jerusalem to protest against the government’s response to the coronavirus crisis, as well as against the prime minister himself, who was indicted in January for bribery, fraud and breach of trust in three cases. “We are fed up to see our government committing crimes at our expense and taking all our money,” a protester tells AFP.

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Israelis feel relieved by unity government deal but weary about the future | AFP

Israelis in Jerusalem and Tel Avivi share their thoughts after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reached a historic deal with one-time rival parliament speaker Benny Gantz to form a unity government, ending the country’s worst-ever political crisis.

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Netanyahu’s future still uncertain after Israeli election

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s political future remained up in the air as preliminary results from Israel’s election indicated he would fall short of securing the parliamentary majority needed to form a new government. (March 3)

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Israel’s Tel Aviv residents react to Netanyahu claiming election win | AFP

Residents of the coastal city Tel Aviv react a day after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed victory in Israel’s third election in a year.

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Israeli voters cast their ballots for third time in 12 months | AFP

Israeli voters arrive to the Gymnasia Ha’ivrit polling station in Jerusalem as they vote for a third time in 12 months, with embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seeking to end the country’s political crisis and save his career. TO COMPLETE VIDI1PI4I4_ENN°1PI6BM

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Netanyahu’s main challenger Benny Gantz casts his ballot | AFP

Former military chief Benny Gantz and his wife Revital Gantz vote in the central town of Rosh Haayin. Gantz is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s main challenger in the elections. Israel is holding its third election in less than 12 months following inconclusive votes in April and September. IMAGES

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Polls open in Israel’s third election in 12 months | AFP

Polls open in Israel’s third election in 12 months, with embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seeking to end the country’s political crisis and save his career. IMAGES

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Netanyahu meets US-Israeli woman jailed for drug trafficking after Putin gives pardon | AFP

Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara Netanyahu meet Naama Issachar, a US-Israeli woman who was jailed for drug trafficking in April 2019 after she was arrested at a Moscow airport en route from India to Israel. Issachar’s case caused an outcry in Israel and she was set to fly back with Netanyahu after she was pardoned by President Vladimir Putin. IMAGES

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Putin meets with Netanyahu in Moscow | AFP

Vladimir Putin receives Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Kremlin. IMAGES of the meeting

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Netanyahu says US to recognize settlements as part of Israel | AFP

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the US is to recognize settlements as part of Israel. “Today Mr. President,” he says, “you are recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over all the Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria, large and small alike.” SOUNDBITE

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